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General Electric Co.

Headquarters : 3135 Easton Turnpike Fairfield, CT 06431 United States of America United States of America web www.ge.com tel. 203-373-2211 stock : GE analytics

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Labor 1 Jobs -15% /1998 Pollution 2 Fraud 7 Offshore 7 Sales 163 Bn $.€ /year Profit 128 Bn $.€ /1998 Wage 4908 *min. Influence 11 Infocom 1
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year
business
source
2008General Electric is the world's third-largest group by market value.Bloomberg
2006The world's fourth-largest manufacturer of windmills.Les Echos
2006The world's largest jet-engine maker.Bloomberg
2004General Electric is the world's largest group by market value.
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country
address & contact : production type
incentive source
Bermuda Bermuda
GE Superabrasives Ireland :
Offshore finance, secret bank account, tax haven, shell companies or free zone(s)
China China
GE Aviation, Suzhou : Production, usine de composants a?ronautiques
 Les Echos
China China
Shangha? : R&D
 Les Echos
United States of America United States of America
General Electric Management Institute : universit?
 Global Learning Resources Inc.
India India
Bangalore, 25 000 employees : R&D
 Capital
Mexico Mexico
Juarez, Mexico :
 AP
Mexico Mexico
120 P.I.NACIONAL 66260 NUEVO LEON MONTERREY & 3687319 :
 Sistema de Informacion de la Industria Maquiladora
Mexico Mexico
203 P.I.CENTRO IND.GP. 66600 NUEVO LEON APODACA & 3991314 :
 Sistema de Informacion de la Industria Maquiladora
Mexico Mexico
SANTA FE 01210 DISTRITO FEDERAL ALVARO OBREGON & 2576060 :
 Sistema de Informacion de la Industria Maquiladora
Poland Poland
GE Money Bank :
 European Restructuring Monitor
Puerto Rico Puerto Rico
Caribe GE International Electric Meters Corp. :
 
Czech Republic Czech Republic
Walter Engines : Production,
 Les Echos
Singapore Singapore
GE Plastics Pacific Pte. Ltd :
Offshore finance, secret bank account, tax haven, shell companies or free zone(s)
Switzerland Switzerland
Visiowave :
Offshore finance, secret bank account, tax haven, shell companies or free zone(s)
Turkey Turkey
:
 US Government Country Business Profile

  • Human impact

year name
photo position; compensation
source
2006Gaymard, Clara
See the photo of: Gaymard, Clara Pr?sident France;
L'Expansion
2005Castell, William M
See the photo of: Castell, William M Vice-president; salary: 4,69 million US$;
2005Immelt, Jeffrey
See the photo of: Immelt, Jeffrey Chief Executive Officer; salary: 3,23 million US$; stock-options: 3,82 million US$;
2005Wright, Robert C
See the photo of: Wright, Robert C Vice-president; salary: 8,77 million US$; stock-options: 10,63 million US$;
2003Calhoun, David L
See the photo of: Calhoun, David L Chief Operating Officer;
2003Donnelly, Scott C
See the photo of: Donnelly, Scott C Vice-president;
2003Krenicki Jr, John
See the photo of: Krenicki Jr, John Chief Operating Officer;
2003Trotter, Lloyd G
See the photo of: Trotter, Lloyd G Chairman;
2002Lafley, AG
See the photo of: Lafley, AG Director;
2002Larsen, Ralph S
See the photo of: Larsen, Ralph S Director;
2002Swieringa, Robert J
See the photo of: Swieringa, Robert J Director;
2001Beccali, Ferdinando
See the photo of: Beccali, Ferdinando Chief Operating Officer;
2001Begley, Charlene
See the photo of: Begley, Charlene Chief Operating Officer;
2001Campbell, James P
See the photo of: Campbell, James P Chief Operating Officer;
2001Fujimori, Yoshiaki
See the photo of: Fujimori, Yoshiaki Chairman;
2001Jeffe, Robert A
See the photo of: Jeffe, Robert A Vice-president;
2001Nissen, David R
See the photo of: Nissen, David R Chief Operating Officer;
2001Wright, Bob
See the photo of: Wright, Bob Vice-president;
2000Harper, Arthur H
See the photo of: Harper, Arthur H Chairman;
2000Hogan, Joseph M
See the photo of: Hogan, Joseph M Chief Operating Officer;
2000Lazarus, Rochelle B
See the photo of: Lazarus, Rochelle B Director;
2000Neal, Michael A
See the photo of: Neal, Michael A Chief Operating Officer;
2000Rice, John G
See the photo of: Rice, John G Chairman;
2000Welch, Jack
See the photo of: Welch, Jack Chief Executive Officer; salary: 16,7 million US$;
Polaris Institute
2000Woodword, William A
See the photo of: Woodword, William A Chairman;
2000Wright, Robert C
See the photo of: Wright, Robert C Director;
1999Fudge, Ann M
See the photo of: Fudge, Ann M Director;
1999Langone, Kenneth G
See the photo of: Langone, Kenneth G Director;
1998Comstock, Elizabeth J
See the photo of: Comstock, Elizabeth J Vice-president;
1998Fresco, Paolo
See the photo of: Fresco, Paolo Director;
Les Echos
1998Jung, Andrea
See the photo of: Jung, Andrea Director;
1998McNealy, Scott
See the photo of: McNealy, Scott Director;
Les Echos
1998Sherin, Keith S
See the photo of: Sherin, Keith S Vice-president;
1998Welch, John F Jr
See the photo of: Welch, John F Jr Chief Executive Officer; salary: 10 million US$; stock-options: 46,54 million US$;
Forbes
1997Cash, James I
See the photo of: Cash, James I Director;
1997Nunn, Sam
See the photo of: Nunn, Sam Director;
1997Pressman, Ronald R
See the photo of: Pressman, Ronald R Chairman;
1996Denniston III, Brackett B
See the photo of: Denniston III, Brackett B Vice-president;
1996Fraizer, Michael D
See the photo of: Fraizer, Michael D Chairman;
1996Reiner, Gary M
See the photo of: Reiner, Gary M Vice-president;
1995Opie, John
See the photo of: Opie, John Director;
1994Dammerman, Dennis D
See the photo of: Dammerman, Dennis D Director;
1994Penske, Roger S
See the photo of: Penske, Roger S Director;
1994Sigler, Andrew C
See the photo of: Sigler, Andrew C Director;
1993Gonzalez, Claudio X
See the photo of: Gonzalez, Claudio X Director;
1992Warner III, Douglas A
See the photo of: Warner III, Douglas A Director;
1990Conaty, William J
See the photo of: Conaty, William J Vice-president;
1990Heineman Jr, Ben W
See the photo of: Heineman Jr, Ben W Vice-president;
1989Parke, James A
See the photo of: Parke, James A Vice-president;
year
employees
<>
social impact : country
source
2009
-3000
Internal restructuring: General Electric cuts the 3/4 of its workforce at its incandescence bulbs manufacturing plant in Hungary.: Hungary
Les Echos
2007
-1425
Closure/Bankruptcy: GE closes 7 of the 54 factories specialized in the production of bulbs with incandescence, in the United States, in Brazil and Mexico.:
Les Echos
2007
-450
Relocation: GE Hydro closes in June 2008 its turbines factory in the Lachine district, in Montreal, and of another in Peterborough, in Ontario. The headquarters of the GE energy division will be moved from New York to Brazil. Its factories will be located at Brazil and Finland.: Canada
La Presse Canadienne
2006
-3000
GE restructures its light bulbs production in the world.:
Les Echos
2005
2000
GE will build a customer service plant for its clients across Europe in Bucarest.: Romania
2005
-20
Relocation: France
Les Echos
2005
-100
Relocation: GELcore, sa filiale, supprime les quatre-cinqui?mes de l'effectif de son usine canadienne de Lachine. Gelcore y fabriquait des feux de circulation et de signalisation pour chemins de fer ainsi que des ?quipements d'?clairage d'enseignes. D?sormais, ils seront fabriqu?s au Mexique, ? Aucuna. Il ne s'agit l? pas ? de rentabilit? ? mais de ? comp?titivit? ?, a conc?d? la direction.: Canada
LaPresseAffaires.com
2005
-568
Merger/Acquisition: The merge between GE Capital Bank and GE Bank Mieszkaniowy creating GE Money Bank is a result of General General Electric global strategy that links companies operating on the same market and having similar or complementary profiles.: Poland
European Restructuring Monitor
2004
307000
2003
-140
Relocation:
AP
2003
-800
AP
2002
315000
2002
-2800
Les Echos
2002
ILO violation 100, 111 : Maquiladoras workers are submitted to pregnancy tests as a condition of employment: Mexico
Arizona Republic
2001
-4000
Les Echos
2000
313000
1993
230000
1990
-500000
Internal restructuring: Between 1981 and 2001, under the direction of the chairman Welch Jack, the number of employees of General Electric passed from 400 000 to 300 000. By counting the employees of the 1 000 companies acquired by General Electric between 1981 and 2001, the total of the layoffs amounts to 500 000.: United States of America
Le Monde Diplomatique
1990
Cited by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration for 858 violations between 1990-2001, including at least 98 ??serious violations?? defined as ??a substantial probability that death or physical harm could result??:
Polaris Institute
1989
-200
Canadian Labour Congress
1981
400000
year
employees
<>
social impact : country
source
 21 informations, access to subscribers
year
country : consequences
source
1979United States of America : Fusion du r?acteur nucl?aire de Three Miles IslandWashington Post
1970United States of America : In 2000, EPA ordered General Electric Co. to spend $US460 million to dredge PCBs it had dumped into the Hudson River. PCBs are probable human carcinogens, and linked to endocrine system disruption and other severe health consequences.Polaris Institute
year
country : consequences
source
 2 informations, access to subscribers

yearfinancial misdemeanorsalesincome buybacksource
2008 GE fired an attorney who claimed the company was engaging in a tax evasion scheme in Brazil.     PR Newswire
2007   15billion US$Cercle Finance
2006 General Electric re-examines all its financial results over the period 2001-2006 at the request of the Securities Exchange Commission. The SEC estimates that GE's financial division speculated on interest rates of the derived markets.     L'Expansion
2006   163,420   billion US$L'Expansion
2005   16,35   billion US$
2005   1billion US$
2005   1billion US$
2005 La Cour sup?rieure de justice de Lima (P?rou) a lanc? des mandats d'arr?t internationaux contre 23 cadres de GE, dont son ancien PDG Jack Welch, poursuivis pour escroquerie.     Les Echos
2005 Received subpoenas from federal prosecutors investigating "finite" reinsurance policies that can be abused to smooth earnings.     Bloomberg
2005 InVision Technologies Inc. pay more than $1 million to settle SEC claims: its employees and agents paid bribes to Asian government officials in connection to sales of its airport bomb-detection devices.    
2004   151,316,59   billion US$
2003   134,1915   billion US$
2002   130,6914,12   billion US$
2001   125,6813,68   billion US$
2001   22billion US$Integrity in Science
2000   129,4212,73   billion US$
1999   110,8310,72   billion US$
1998   100,479,3   billion US$
1997   90,848,2   billion US$
1994 Poursuites du minist?re de la Justice US pour avoir fix? le prix des diamants pour l'industrie     AFP
1992 Coupable de complot, d?tournement de fonds, blanchiment d'argent et incapacit? de tenir une comptabilit? exacte (fausses cr?ances pour plus de 40 millions de dollars).     Les Echos
yearfinancial misdemeanorsalesincomeassetsbuybacksource
 21 informations, access to subscribers
year
purpose : intermediary/lobby : institution
source
2006From 1990 to 2005, General Electric spent more than $122 million on public relations, lobbying and legal efforts, "to fight demands that it clean up three contaminated polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) sites". : translatePR Watch
2005Asbestos-litigation overhaul and tax policy. : amount: 13900 thousand US$ : US Public Institutions translatePR Watch
2001Access to foreign market (through MAI, WTO, GATS), prevent binding environmental regulations : USCIB (US Council For International Business) : : US Government translateUSCIB
2000Investment protection and market access (to Mexico and Canada through NAFTA), to Latin America (through FTAA). : Business Roundtable : : US government, senate, congress translateCenter for Responsive Politics
2000Prevent binding regulation, co- or self-regulation instead. : American Chamber of Commerce's EU Committee : : European Commission translateCorporate Europe Observatory
1999Market access and investment protection (through WTO, GATS), avoid social and environmental rules : ICC (International Chamber of Commerce) : : WTO, GATS translateCorporate Europe Observatory
1998Regulation favorable to company's interests : Contribution to Candidate's Political Action Committee : amount: 663 thousand US$ : US President, Congress, Senate translateCenter for Responsive Politics
1997Acc?s au march? : Pots de vin: 25 millions $US : : Gouvernement ?gyptien translateLe Monde Diplomatique
1997Legislation favorable to company's interests : Direct donation : amount: 789 thousand US$ : US President, Congress, Senate translateCenter for Responsive Politics
1997Legislation favorable to company's interests : Direct donation : amount: 7220 thousand US$ : US President, Congress, Senate translateCenter for Responsive Politics
1992Acc?s au march? : Rami Dotan : amount: 7900 thousand US$ : force a?rienne isra?lienne translateLes Echos
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yeardonatorcountryamountsource
1993EtatUnited States of America20 million US$Polaris Institute
1988EtatUnited States of America1 million US$Polaris Institute
yeardonatorcountryamountsource
 2 informations, access to subscribers
year
dubious practice : image
source
2006slogan: General Electric nous apporte les bonnes choses de la vie.;
2005slogan: Live better electrically;
2005slogan: Progress is our most important product;
2001ad budget: 250 million US$; Advertising Age
2000ad budget: 479 million US$; Advertising Age
1991slogan: We bring good things to life.;


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